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Geology of the Corsican summits
The Corsican peaks of more than 6561ft (2000m) of altitude consist of magmatic rocks formed by the cooling of liquid magma. The northwest peaks are fast-cooling surface volcanic rocks. The central and southern ones are plutonic rocks which have cooled in depth. Everywhere, the silica-rich magma has produced various deep granitoids and surface rhyolites.
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